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Back inside her Taurean palace, bags still packed from her journeying, Venus begins making plans to upgrade, update and generally change thing…

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We’re fans of the versatility offered by this toss game that features two boards with three holes in each, along with a collection of bean bags and rings. The boards offer some scoring suggestions, but where you set it up and how you decide to determine the winner are up to you. Available at Dick’s Sporting Goods and Amazon

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Maybe you already recycle but you hate the way that clunky blue bin takes up kitchen space. Maybe you just sobbed through the walrus scene in Our Planet and you’re newly committed to reducing your impact but you’re living in a small space. These in-cabinet recycling bins will help you cut down on waste without taking up precious floor space.

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Worst: Mila Kunis, husband Ashton Kutcher and apparent house guest Shaggy star in a domestic drama over the question of who keeps taking Kutcher’s bags of Cheetos Crunch Pop Mix. He wants to blame his wife, who is guilty, but Shaggy tells her to employ his hit song and say, “It Wasn’t Me.” Warning: Kutcher sings some of the lyrics, while Shaggy takes an extended solo that steals time from setting up the supposed comedy of a cute couple’s minor squabbling. Meh. I’m going back instead to watch last year’s winning look at the perils of powdery Cheetos fingers.

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A bag of M&M's is the perfect apology for mansplaining, calling someone a “Karen," having a gender reveal party accident and other contemporary faux pas. Dan Levy of “Schitt’s Creek” apologizes to the M&M anthropomorphic characters that are Super Bowl mainstays and says he promises not to “eat any more of their friends."

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Whether you’re a first-time buyer or you’ve always had one at the center of your festivities, here’s how to get the most from your holiday tree.

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Even with tables spaced 6 feet apart, you need to take precautions to limit your exposure to the coronavirus. One of those is wearing your face mask. But how do you do that and still eat?

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"Even if you aren't going anywhere except to the dining room table for school, planning is important," said Kristi King, senior pediatric dietitian at Texas Children's Hospital and an Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics spokesperson.

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If your home could use some decluttering, now’s a good time to involve your kids in the process. Focus on one room, or one area of a room, at a time. Designate separate bags or boxes for items you can give away, recycle or throw away. Depending on how old your kids are, you can set limits for the number of toys, clothes or other items they can keep. When you’re finished, check whether any local charitable organizations are accepting donations. If there’s nowhere to take them now, stow them in the garage or storage room until operations resume in your area.

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